Kejriwal hits back at Omar, says will sweep Kashmir polls

New Delhi: Calling Omar Abdullah a ‘dynasty politician’, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal Tuesday said his Aam Admi Party (AAP) will sweep the forthcoming polls in the state.

Kejriwal while speaking at a Delhi Literature Festival said chief minister Omar Abdullah is a dynasty politician and that his party will soon open its offices in Jammu and Kashmir and will register a glorious triumph in the forth coming polls.
Replying to the question that Omar had recently challenged Kejriwal that his party will face defeat if it contests elections in the state, he said AAP will in near future open its offices in the state and will give lesson to the corrupt politicians there. 
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah had said if Kejriwal’s party fields candidates from the state for the general elections, they would lose their security deposits.
Answering a question at a media conference in the winter capital Jammu about Kejriwal’s allegation about his father and union minister Farooq Abdullah being “a tainted politician”, Omar said he would not speak on Kejriwal’s list of tainted politicians.
Omar added if Kejriwal wanted to field his candidates from Jammu and Kashmir in the Lok Sabha polls, he was welcome to do so.